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Left Tapes

Simon Greenwood

Left Tapes is a repository for music that was made in the late 80s and early 90s involving Simon Greenwood, a passive middle aged man from Leeds, England. Most of the music was recorded on assorted portastudios as demos or only exists on nth generation tapes, so it is by definition scrappy and lo-fi. http://www.lefttapes.org.uk

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1992
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1991
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1988
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1987
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indie
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guitar
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1990s
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1991
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C86
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Go Betweens
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flail
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mesmerists
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pinny's house
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rotary 10
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simon greenwood
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slope
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Left Tapes
by Mesmerists
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Demos for an LP for a band that didn't exist, recorded in Doncaster and London, 1990-1992
Topics: indie, shoegaze, rock, 1990s
Left Tapes
by Flail
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Grind/slowcore project based on listening to Big Black and Godflesh rather too much. Doncaster 1991.
Topics: grindcore, big black, godflesh, metal
Left Tapes
by Simon Greenwood
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Not exactly the second LP, more the leftovers from the first
Topics: instrumental, indie, guitar
Left Tapes
by Slope
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Shambly garage indie EP recorded with that concrete reverb feel. More like Mega City Four than Teenage Fanclub but the intention was music to wear German army parkas to. Cover of Bizarre Love Triangle is of course attributed to New Order and copyright whatever their publishing company was called that week.
Topics: indie, 1991, fuzz, guitar
Left Tapes
by Pinny's House
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The second tape by Middlesbrough based power duo. Recorded in two days at Headland Studios Hartlepool in 1987. Phil Tyler - guitar, keyboard Simon Greenwood - bass, drum machine, vocals
Topics: indie, cure, duo, drum machine
Left Tapes
by Rotary 10
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Recorded in 1988, influenced by REM (hence the name) and the romantic side of C86. Some adolescent lovelornness may be apparent. Transcribed from cassette as the masters have long gone.
Topics: indie, REM, Wedding Present, Go Betweens, C86